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Saturday Evening, March 10, 1888.
Tim Courier Can I mi 1'ouiul At
Wliulwr Hotel News Hlnml,
Cnpllnl Hotel Now Hlnml,
Otlcll's Dlnlnu Hull News Hlnml.
UlnMin A Fletcher', Mill O HtrcoU
A. T. l.emlntt A Co's., IIM O Htreot.
Tho Gotham NewsHluuil, UK Houlli tltli HI.
Keith Bros., Ill Ninth lllli Htreot.
Ktl. Young, IteMO Htreet.
NOTIUli TO AVIltTIHi:itS.
Advertisers nre requested to tend In thel
favor as rnrly on xmU)Ic, not Inlrr tliiui four
o'clock Friday afternoon, n tlio Count kh
joe to press Hint evening When ordering
your advertisement out drop tlio business
manngci ncnnl. Tlio collector I apt to forgot
uch orders, nml cuinpllnnco with thin request
will K'vvo im troublo nml yourself annoyance.
We are dally milling to our llt of sitbsnrlbor,
employing n limn especially for Hint nolo )mr
pose.aml clnlnt Hint a nil advertising inrtlluin
tho Con ni Kit I unexcelled,
Dunlnp lints Spring Style.
Hatter and Furnisher,
n 37 O Street.
Whltebrcast Coal nml Lima Company.
Lcavltt's Domestic 7.fW.
Lace rurtnltm nt Oakley fc Co.
Delicious lunches nt Brown's CaM.
Oysters, f rcsh, fnt nml lino at Brown'.
Ask your grocer for homo made bread.
Smoke Club lloom cigar. Burr block.
Fifty cent glove sale nt Onkloy & Co.
B El ''H
Bo i -n
t n 'Ax JH
K M.Lj 'ifl! ,m
u ' Party mitt nml cloves nt Onkloy tS Co.
Carpet nt bottom prices at Onkloy & Co,
Kent & Holicrta, dentist SI Alexander 111k.
Embroideries ln fancy edging nt Onkloy'.
Don Cameron, 10SO O Htroot, for luuchce
Black silk mitts Just received nt Onkley fc
Muslin underwear, now linn, nt Onkloy &
Coll for 18c full regular hoxo nt Onkloy &
Oct tlio best. It la Leavltt' Dotucstlo
All tlio latest wraps nml JnckuU nt Onkloy
Thirty-two Inch atccn 13 l2o nt Onkloy
Jots, jet, Jots, In trimming nml panels nt
Broadcloths (1.23 nml nmnzon cloth nt Oak
Hot rolls and ton biscuit nt the City bnkory
Thousand mllo tickets for Rnlo nt 115 South
Pure, flrt-cloM goods at Betta Sowoll'a,
.20 o ttroot.
Oyiteru In every stylo, fine nml fresh, at
Oo to tho City bnkory for homo inndo brood,
Cor. 10th and N.
Try Ilutchliis & Hyatt's Mondotn lump for
Our bokt fonilllod nil uso no other conl but
Our May Loo So cigar la tho ticot in the city.
Try It. Burr block.
Canon City Coal ngaln nt tho WhiU'breast
Coal and Ltmo Co.
Oakloy & Co, have tho fast black hosiery
for ladles and children.
Aftor the club parties, go to Brown's now
cafd for a delicious lunch.
Canned goods of every description nt Betta
& So well's, 1120 O street.
Betta & Sewoll nro headquarters for lino
groceries, nt 1120 O street.
Bmoko tho Club Room cignr made by lln
vnnnh cigar factory, Burr block.
Before insuring look up tho Mutual Life
Insurance Coniiwiy pf Now York.
TboMlisourl l'nclllo rnllrond ntn free reclin
ing clmlr cars on nil through trulns,
Hutchins cv Hyatt niako n 8icclnlty of nwx
soned hard and soft wood, cut to order.
Roost Turkey, Goon) and all kinds of ineaU
at Don Cuiueron'a every dy for dinner,
' Finest lino of smokers' tneerschnum nrticlea
P at thollnvaiui clcnir factory. Burr block.
Monarch and Lincoln brands of canned
goods at BotU& Howell's, 1120 O street.
Fifteen centa n yard will buy n clioico
Frcncli giugliam of Ashby & MllUnaugh.
Doctor B. F. Bailey, ofllco nnd residonce
cor. of Thirteenth mid O streets. Tel, 017.
Seasonable fruits ot nil kinds are special
ties at Belts & Bewoll's, grocers, 1120 O
Imported smoking tobaccos, finest made, to
bo had only at Havana cigar factory, Burr
Tickets to points ln Kansas, Missouri nnd
tickets via Omaha on sale at Elkhorn ofllco,
115 Bo. 10th fit.
Prof. F. M. Oibcault's instructions are val
uable. Studio in tho Ledwith block, cornr
lltb and F streets.
All rises of best grade hard coal, nicely
screened and nlwnya on hand at Hutchina &
Hyatt, 1040 O street.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co, of New
York. W. B. Hastings, District Agent,
room 53, Burr block.
Betta & Bewoll keep tho freshest groceries
to be bad in the city. Everything in tho
family oupply line at their store, 1120 O
If you want some of those Co glnhnms you
MMt get Htem quick iy, aa tuey wiu omy usi
a lew days longer.
ABHBT & MlLLSPACOll.
t mtw ou stand mulling ns innny anolhcr
llns stood before now In n sort blnrn of Unlit,
HccelvltiK your friends by tho side of your
A hoitutirul thliiK nil apparelled In white
And an you stood liHiklnvso happy toicotlior,
llehlnd you tho scroll of your m'litlo past
I couldn't help wnmlerliiK curiously whether
Would win In thostruKKlo yoursoul or the
I couldn't help eastliiK a iiluucotip tho vlsln
Of time, and omlcitv'rliiK, In vain, to sur
tulso How tho ruttiro will seem whan you tustu,
like j itur sister,
The fruit of experience tljiit mukes ono so
Ho you think you'll bo crushed 'neatli the
load of attraollons
That dniK you to enrth from your henven
Do you think you'll find time 'mid your thous
To hallow n few happy iiioiiiouts wlthlovoT
Chlldl when the trial In store for you dashes
Your day dreams to fraKinonts, shall iwu
I.lko many before you, that out of tho nshes
Of Joys that nro past you may still think to
day Was n ilny whoso roiuomhrnnco will brighten
You'll pass ero nnolhor scenii like It? . ,
..... Ami yet
It hardly seoms fair on tho llrstof tlio panes
Of lAiur Hook of 1 .1 ft) toemtilnrou ItcKrot.
K. Hkhun-Ai.i.kn InMaruli Home KnouU
Mrs. Angle Nowmaii has returned to Halt
Mrs. J. J. Butlor left Thursday evening for
Mr. (loo. Cook nnd family bnvo returned
from tliolr California trip.
Dr. (lerth nnd his nblo nsslstnnt, Mr. Ab
by, loft Thursday for Now York.
Messrs. Goo. lowroy unit C. W. Hnrvoy
left Monday night on nit extendotl southern
Chnncellor Mnnntt left Wednesday on a
tour ot inspoctlon to Falls City and other
Messrs. Frank Sheldon and Al. Hnrgronves
leave for Chicago via tho Northwestern to
Mossrs. C. E. Montgomery nnd Frank Folk
wont to Bait I-nko Tuesday on n prospect
A dniico will bo given nt Tcmplo hall Tues
day evening under tho management of Mr.
H. E. Warner.
Bishop Worthington, of tho Episcopal
church, arrived in tlio city Tuesday on n
Tho republicans of tho city are moving
very easily in tho cnuialgn, nnd ench wnnl
Is ropriwoutod by n club.
lly nil menus let us hnvo a hospital, and not
allow sectarian intolerance prevent us from
accomplishing that end.
B. B. Brlerly nml W, U. Blnckmoro of Mad
rid, Perkins county, Nebraska, sjiout tho ixist
week in tho Capital City.
A party of young folks who were pupils of
Mr. Mahler, will give n dancing party nt
Temple hall Friday evening.
Bolls, pimples, hives, ringworm, tetter, nnd
all other manifestations of impure blood are
cured by Hood's Hnwavirllla.
Prof. E. O. Bchwagerl, tho lnudscnpo arch
itect, is happy once more, his wlfo and child
having nrrived in tho city this week.
Ex-Senator Bon Harrison, tho sou of "old
Tippecnnoo," addressed a largo audience
Wednesday evening In Bohnnnii's hull.
This being tho first week of tho children's
column it will necessarily, not Is) ns complete
as hereafter, whou more fully established.
Mrs. Gaylonl of Bridgeport, Conn., after n
pleasant visit with tho family of Mr. Thos.
Fitxgornld, returned to her homo Thursday,
Interesting revival services uro being held
nt the Christian church. Itev. Ira Chase is
conducting tho meetings, and much good has
A number of young folks from tho Univer
sity, together with several couples of resi
dents, will trip the light fantustlo nt Masonic
Temple AVcdnesdny evening.
Mr. F. M. Woods, tho live stock auction
eer, KUorluteudcd a sale of Perchcrons at HU
Marys, Kos., Thursday. Tho Colonel is In
great demand In that capacity.
Mr. C. E. Walto was called to Auburn
Sunday by tho serious illness of his sister,
Miss Cora, v ho has since died. Tho bereaved
ones have the symathy of numerous friends
MibsFannlo Barnard ot Richmond, Ky.,
and Miss Huttlo Hans of St, Joseph, Mo., who
has been visiting Mr. Oppenholmor on N street
for the last four weeks, returned to Be Jos
Mrs. Manutt was summoned by telegraph
Thursday to the bedside ot her mother who
took suddenly ill nt her home ln Orlunoll, In.
Mrs. Monatt left on tho afternoon train nnd
will bo gone nbout two weeks.
A. C. Halter loft Thursday for Denver on
a real cstnto transaction. Mr. Halter recent
ly returned from California and stopped nt
Denver, where ho reports tho boom as being
on. IIo will remain about a week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jnnson, after spendlmr
the winter in California, returned homo Sun
day and spenlc of tho trip nnd visit ns having
boon very onjoyablo from beginning to end.
They reiwrt Mrs. McMurty Jnnd daughter,
Miss Tote, as being in good health and still In
The Badger Lumber company have sev
eral now wagons made specially for hauling
heavy loads of lumber. Al. says they are
tho ''canary bird lumber wngons" and ns tho
Badger always leads ft is but but justice to
say thoy are tho most attractive wagons for
that Hue in the city.
Miss Orctchen Mnrquetto loaves this after
noon for a trip east. On her return from
Greenwood early noxt week Miss Marquette
anticipates a visit to her friend, Miss McCou
nl IT, who is nt present sojourning In Denver.
The Modorn Woodmen will entertain their
friends at Masoulo Templo hall Thursday ev
ening. Tho CouniKR has now In course ot transit
from Now York among other lino stationery,
several kinds of leap year novelties for pur
ties and entertainments, announcements, pro
grams, etc, bearing Illuminated designs aj
propriato for such occasions. As soon as Aio
goods arrlvo notice will bo given In those, col
umns, and wo shall lo pleased to liavo tho ta
il tes call and see them.
Tlio following Item which will prove Inter
esting to Lincoln friends ot tho lady, n
peared in tho Omaha Ercrlslor of last Sat
urday, undor tho beading of "Tho Army;"
"The no ws drifts to us from Washington
that Miss Jonuie L, Haydcn, ot Omaha, who
has been spending tlio winter there, has been
caught by an nriny olllcer, Lieutenant O. A.
Bennett of tho Third artillery. Tho woddlug
Is dated for tlio ilrstweek ln April. Miss
Haydon is ut present with her brother, Mr.
Kent K. Hayiien, lu Lincoln. Neb. Wo have
every reason to congratulate her, not only
upon her happy future, but ujion being allied
to such a popular regiment as tlio Third artillery.
Iiixl'illiitliiii of tint VAUk.
Tho lislgo of benovnlent protective order of
Elks recently oi gnnlrod lu this city, wilt Is)
Initiated this nfteruooit r.t Knights of t'yth
n Cnstln hull. Af one o'clock the initiatory
crcnionles will Is) oeuod by Mr, Jack Krnu
els of Omaha, District Deputy (Irand Kxnltvd
Ruler, nnd It Is oxoctcd that if no unforeseen
nccldeut occurs, with the aid of members of
tho Omaha lodgo, the work of showing tlio
lys the mysleiles of tho onler, will lie iimi.
plobsl by nlsiiit half-past nine this uveil
lug. Tho city nt this writing coulaliu over half
of the incnilicmlilp of tho Omaha Elk lislge,
also n largo nuinlwr of Elks from Kansas
City, nnd it li anticipated Hint "our lsiys''
will Iki shown much fun heforo the sun rises
tomorrow, but it Is confidentially oxsctoil
that the visitors will have the bulk of the
amusement. However, on Isdinlf of iIuno of
our young men who nro troubhxl with heart
disuse, tlio Couiukh earnestly1 reipimts Mr.
Francis to bo easy on such us look timid and
Tlio olllcers to lie Installed after tliu Inltln
Hon Including thonpitolntlvo ofllcei-H, nro ns
K.fJ. Zelming, Exiilleil lluler.
It. ll.Townley, I'jtttviuist Iiyal KiiIkIiI.
M. JlcKIiinon, KjiteciiiiMl Uiyn Knlit.
(). K. Mniroon, K-leeined U-ctnrer.
II. P. llelskell.Tylcr.
l' II, HlfwMon, Inner (Itmrd,
(I, . llonnrll. Kjvpilre,
Tnistees-O. O. Hurr, J. II, Hnrley nnd F. I..
After tho ccreiunniw nt at Knlghti of Pyth
ias hull to-night, n grand bauquot such ns
Is popular with tho Elk fraternity, will bo
ftprend at thn Windsor hotol nt ten o'clock.
To tho memliers of tho Elk fraternity now
lu tlio city from abroad tho Couiukh extends
greetings of welcome, wishing them n plons
nnt t!mo wlillo lu tho Capital City of Ne
braska, nnd although unable to follow Knn
mr City's hospitality In presenting the Oinnhn
Elks with tho keys to tho motro)olls, wo
grant them tho freedom of tho city w Ith open
doors. To our own now lodgo of Elks wo
wish a llfo of prosperity and an oxlstcnco full
of usefulness, profit and enjoyment,
Tho firm of HufTmnn & Rlchter havo leen
on tho sick list for a fow days this week.
Mr' Hurfman Indulging (f) In tho fashiona
ble and "swoll" complaint called Gout.
Mr. Rlchter sntlsilcd himself In an humble
way by having the measles. Holsn most
nmlnblo Invalid, but requires much petting
nnd six menls n day. Mr. R. Is around ncaln
but we nro pained to mention that silk hand
kerchiefs woro ned lu plnco of collnrs.
Mr. II. M. Bushnoll, Lincoln ri'nresontatlve
of tho Omaha rr, Is rejoicing over tho nr
rivnl of a linndsomo pair of twins daughters
nt tils home. Hore's to you, Bush.
To Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. C. Hnwklns, former
ly of Lincoln, a nine iwund loy. Tho Coun
ir.it, with ninny other frionds, oxtends Its
congratulations. Tho nbove event mnkes
Rov. Ir. Hawkins a grau'pa onco more.
Through nn oversight Inst week wo ro
grotUsl to make moutlon of tho now addi
tion to tho tiappy family circle of Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. A. Nowmnrk on M stm-t. Their
cor.y home has teon enlightened by the ar
rival of a handsome girl baby of the regulnr
slro and weight. Tho llttlo stranger will
lierenftor bo known ns Miss Nelllo Nowmnrk,
and thu Couhikk wishes her a long life full
Sntn Hudsor wns hnndiug out Ilavnnns to
his friends on O street ns lie enmo down
Wednesday. Information ns to tho cause of
supplying thepubllo with tills fragrant wcl,
revealed tho fact that a bran now loy hnd
nrrived nt his home, Kit!! R street. Bnm was
on tho road when tho stranger nrrived, but
ho nrrived homo by tho lightning expnwi to
wolcomo the nawcomer, nnd says ho Is a
beauty looks Just llko his pn. Mother nnd
son doing well, nnd If projier treatment nnd
cure is given tho father It Is oxicctcd ho will
yet recover. However, tho Couiukh extends
congratulations to nil concerned.
Dentil of Gen, AVIIson.
Gon. Alex. Wilson, father of Mrs. D. D.
Mulr, died at tho residence of his daughter,
1228 R street, on Monday evening Inst. Mr.
Wilson nrrived In Lincoln last autumn on Ids
wny to Colorado, but on necount of ill health
could not proceed further, nnd gradunlly
snnk until death enmo to his relict. The fu
neral occurred Thursday nrtcrnoon. Tho
Couiukh oxtends Its slncerest syniimthy to
tho bereaved friends nnd relntlecn.
Our many friends w 111 plenso notico in this
odltlon of tho Couiukh Hint ono column is
being devoted to tho children of tho city.
Everything contulnod therein hns liccn writ
ten for tho CotmiEii by children of Lincoln,
tinder tho age of fourteen years, they choos
ing their own subjects, notes, etc. Tho arti
cles are printed exactly as sont in by tho
llttlo onts, and are quite interesting and
funny. Thoy have received no aid from any
ono, or oven any suggestionst excepting the
nipiusi, mm iney write something Tor tho
Couiukh. Ono of the mothers snld to us,
"Whnt is it that my little boy Is trying to dof
no camuino other Hay from what ho called
tho 'Cavitai. Crry Couiukh Cmjii,' saying
that ho must write something for tho Inte
rior' (meaning Cnur.lKlO."
Tho llttlo ones havo organized themselves
into a club, clocted n president and secretary,
nnd nru rendy for work. When worcmcii'
ber Hint they are nil under fourteen years,
and many under ten, their llttlo plnco m tho
CouniP.it is not without interest. Any child
under this ago Is requested to contribute to
tho children's column, nnd nil communica
tions may bo sent to tho secretary, care
Kuiniett Anniversary ,
Temple hnll wns flllwl to overflowing Mon
day evening ou tho occasion of tho Ennnett
anniversary by tho Celts club of this city.
Hon. Patrick Egnn presided, opening tho
meeting with ono of his boultirrlngHecches.
Excellently rendered solos by Mrs. Weber and
Mr. Ijiwlor woro followed by a speech by
Hon. M. V. Gannon, of Onmlia. Tho cifted
s jieakcr iwild nn elegant tribute to Emmett in
a pntrtu: and nn Iiishmun, following wltliu
strong plea for Irish indeieudenca and recog
nition as a nation.
Miss Mny Flnnagun added crentlv to tho
enjoyment of tho evening by her excellent
singing or "Tho Isio That's Crowned With
Shamrock." She was followed by Mr. N. J.
Coj lo, who recited one of Enimett's mmhis,
nnd by Miss Lottlo Ecklianl in a solo, "Tho
Exile's Lament," Remarks were nUo inndo
by lions. 1'. O. Ciwildy nnd O. P. Mason, tho
meeting closing with tho singing of "Khnll
Erin's Hni p Strings Croak no Moro" by M.
A l'mgrossho Kiiebro Party
wos given by .Miss Kirker nt her Iwautlful
home, (Su south Seventeenth streotSatunlny
evening. Those present w ero: Misses Louise
Pound, Mny Tibbly. Iilnii Hyatt. Julia Lip
plncott, Mniulo Wnlgwood, Mnbol Tuttle and
Messrs. J. B. McDonald. A. E. Perrln, Roe
coo Pound, II. C, Cope, Burt Bounellund John
The royal prize was won by Mis Lippln
cott. nnd tho liooby prize by Mr. McDonuId.
At 10:10 p. ni. tables were cleared of cards,
nnd eleL'nnt refreshment weruserv.il.
Tho remainder of the evening was siiont In
ONE OF THE FINEST.
Thn Snvr I'ltubloii Kiiiiiiirliiin of Messrs.
Iliimiiim .V.- llleliter.
Kur sonin lime tmst the Hew but well nnd fninr-
nhly known merelmlit tnllors, Mcsar. llnlTiimn
fit Itloliter, hnvelHi'ti busily riiKfigcd nrrniiKlng
ivi'd titling up tlielr elrgnnt Hew qlinrters, 121)1
nnd 2'J(MO street, In Hie new Hurr block, nnd It
tuny now Iki snld Hint they are certainly owners
of the Itnesl stock of liluh grade tailoring gotsls
nnd one of tlio llnest estnlillsliincrils In the entire
west. To compare cither lhlr slock or their
plnco of business lo Hint of nny other house In Hut
city would 1st folly, for In this Itistnuco ft mny he
truthfully elted Hint "eompirlsnns uro isllous."
HteppliiK hi at this jiopiilnr IstIiIvo of fnsldon
ycslenlny we found Messrs. Iltifrinnii nnd Itlch
terlsith busy waiting on patrons, nnd nfter n
wnltof severnl minutes conversed nllhonooftho
firm, nonfiling tlio clinnne, If them Is. nny, In
Hie st lo of cutting for spring wear.
"Well," snld he, "I don't know ns tho changes
nro very great ones, nothing grent enough In fact
to crcnto a social sensation, but of course as tlio
stjlesnlnnjs nry from ono senson to another,
there nro, of course, some chiines notlccahlnfor
Hid spring of 1KKH.
"Tho cut of garuients w hlch nro now fosliloanlilo
nro hi every senso of the wonl nrt Istle. Tliero Is
net nn exaggerated feature isipulnr, eerj thing
li lu accord Willi tho lines of tho Ixsly without
following them so closely ns to sugggest tlio
'MiKT-oii-tho,wnll'st)lo of fit. Tho coloring of
fabrics Is almost marvelous In Its subdued rich
ness nnd pleasing effects, and tho weaves nnd
patterns which urn ptilarnre dellcntonnd In-nu-tlful.
"All conts nro inndo soft, so ns lo roll free when
thrown open. Hhonlders nre wider thnn they
wero Inst season. H'cks nro looser with wider
bocks. On slnglo breasted conts the roll is nbout
tho same as It wns Inst fall, ranging from -t 1-2 to
0 Inches deep, n fnlr nverngo liehic 0 Inches,
Hleavcs nnd trousers nro larger, nnd thn tendency
is townnis n still moro pronounced Increase In
size. Vests nro Inrger, open lower, nnd thorn of
tha curved crease form do not havo tho crease so
greatly curved as Inst yenr. Tho tendency Is to
ward plaids, but strlisisnnd checks will bo chlellv
worn, nnd In overcoats tho Chesterfield will bo
ln looking over their elegnnt stock, which Is
undoubtedly tho llnest assortment nnd tho largest
lu Hie state, wo notice such fpo goods as hnvo
never before leen shown In Lincoln. The variety
to select from embraces evcrj thing nnd anything
Hint the most fastidious tasto could desire, from
tho customary business suit to tho finest dress
suit for evening wmr, for tho party, reception
or Hie most fashlonnblo ball.
A feature Hint Huffman A llleliter hnve, nnd
nn oxtrnominnry ndvnntago over tlielr competl
tors, Is that of lielng direct luiortcrs of foreign
rnlirlcs. Tills class of goods nro received In Lin-
coin by them In tha original packages, giving ex
clusive styles ofpnttems nnd material to the cus
tomer. This lu Itself Is a great feature, nnd by
lenders of fashion Is n great Inducement.
Mr. Wiley, the firm's fine cutter, wns seen nt
ins post or duty "fiend over heels" In work. Mr,
stl l I m ....
i iej, miring ins snnrx sojourn lu Lincoln as
cutter for this establishment, hns gained n ronu
tntion fornrtlstlo work Hint characterizes lilm ns
n master of the nrt.
It Is not necessary for the Couiukh to go Into
detail regarding tho various merits of the work
turned out by Messrs Huffman ,C lllehter, or
the lino of goods they carry, for everyone that
lias hvwi in Lincoln .10 days knows who the lend
mg tnllors are and where they mny be found. It
Is lint necessary for us to ndd Hint you should visit,
incir elegnnt new quarters to lusxct tlielr spring
vov. innyer nun stair wero irlven n verv
pleasant reception Wednesday evening by tho
uiuiuiiu iuiiik jv. oi r. ni iastio nan. iiio
governor recently iipjiolntcd two memliers of
tho division to his staff, a recognition tho
ooys uosirou to snow thnir nppreclntion of.
Tho evening wns very lilensantlv tinssl In
listening to short tnlks and sjhwIios from tho
visitors, as well ns from the Knight, AjniIIo
division displaying its uxrcllenco In tho swoid
unit for tho entertnininout of tho guest i. It
wns nn occasion long to lie remembered.
An tlnfortiiiutto rail.
Wlillo on tho way to school last Thursday
nuio i-enn Jionmui, unugiiter of J. C. Hon
noil, fell and broke her wrist. The frnctur"
Is qulto serious but it Is hoped that tlmo nnd
enrcful treatment will nnko It right ngnln.
At tile lliiiieliurHeliool.
Ithnslieen remarked that Miss Hawkins
pnys iNtrtictdar attention to iwllteness in her
Battirday afternoon dniielng school for chil
dren, having certain rules which nro strictly
Pupils nro never allowed to run ncross the
hall. Tho young gentlemen nro not allowed
to loavo their artner wlthoutercuslngtheni
solves or visa versa. Gum b not allow od to
Gentlemen nro obliged to uso their hand
kerchief in holding tho waist of a lady.
"Thank you" nnd "Please" are upjiennost
in the minds of tho llttlo ones. All nre oblieod
to say good night to their Instructor. Wo
might mention numerous other good rules,
but sutllco to say that visitors are always wel
come who can easily see for themselves.
Checked and strljicd nnlnsook, fifty pieces,
worth from 15 to 23 cts a yard, all to Ik sold
at 10 cts a yard for throe days only, begin
nlng Mondny, March 11.
Kxciirslon "West and Northwest.
Dally excursions have loen arranged for
over tho Union Pacific, Railway to Sun Fran
cisco, Knn Diego, Colton, Los Angeles, Ban
Bernardino nnd Ban Jose, California, nlso to
Portland, Oregon, nt 8d.00 for tho round
trip. Tlckots nro good (10 days for going wv
snge nnd good for tho return trip for six
months from dnto of sale with tho usual stop
over privileges in both directions within theso
These tickets aro also good by way of Den
ver nnd Bnlt Ijike City in each direction. Tho
agent, Mr. E. B. Blosson, tolls us qui ten num
ber of our townsmen uro thinking of making
tho trip soon, and it would lio well for thoso
Intending to go In select parties to sec him
nnd nrntngo for tholr accommodations.
Mr. John B. Frawloy, traveling agent,
Union Pacific, at Omnha, Neb., will give you
any further Information In rognrd to these
excursions. Parties who prefer enn corros-
pond with Mr. J. B. Tebbets, (I. I' & T. A.,
Jlou't Hut Caught
This spring with your blood full of Impuri
ties, your -digestion Impaired, your npjietlto
poor, kidneys and tlver torpid, and wholo
system liable to 1k prostrated by disease
but got yourself Into good condition, nnd
ready for the changing and warmer weather,
by taking Hood's Barsupanlla, It stands un
equaled for purifying tho blood, giving nn
npisjtite, and for n general spring medicine.
Keinnval of Crystal Laundry Oilier,
On Thursday noxt the Crystal Bteam Laun
dry will movo to Its new and elegant up
town ofllco on Twelfth street lu tho Burr
block. Tho ofllco has lieen fitted up in
first class stylo, and ns tho location U central
and ono ot tho most prominent in tho city,
tho chnngo will be boucilctal to both the laun
dry company and its patrons.
Mutual Life Insurance Company of lew York,
RICHARD A. McCURDY, President.
l?or tlio Yoar ending Dooomber 31t, 1887.
ASSETS, $1 18,806,851.88.
Policies nnd Annuities
In force, Jan. 1, 1S87
To Rnlnnca from Inst necount f 101,710,7:11 III
" Premiums - - 17,110,lNJi 02
" Interest, Rents nnd Preni-
ium on Securities Bold - 0,000,(r.)
To Reserve for Policies In force
nnd for risks torinlnnted,fll2,4:W,0'.K) 00
" Premiums received ln nil-
vnnco, .... 82,!I14 l
" Bunlus nt four per cont, - 0,21(4,41102
I have carefully examined tho foregoing statement and find tho snmo to lo correct.
A. N. WATERHOUSE, Auditor.
From tho Surplus nbove stnted a dlvldoned will Ih npjwrtlonodas usunl.
Nkw Yoiik, Jnnuary 2.5, 1888
ROBERT A. GRANNIS8, Vice-President.
ISAAC F. LLOYD, 2d Vice-President. WILLIAM J. EA8TON, Secretary.
Bnmucl E. Sproulls,
Hnmuel D. Bnlicock,
George B. Coo.
John E. Dovclln,
Richard A. McCurdy,
Jnmes C. Holden,
Hermnnu C. Von Post,
Alexander II. Rice,
Henry W. Smith,
Gcorgo F. linker,
W. 11. HASTINGS, District Manager,
THOS. L. STEPHENS, i2o S. loth St., Lincoln Neb.
Special Agent for Lincoln.
W. F. ALLEN, General ABcnt,
For Nebraska. Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming nnd Utah,
Office over First Nntionaf Bank,
Cor. Fnrnatn and 13th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
SEE SPECIAL PRICES ON
White Goods Ginghams
First Three Days of Next Week.
ASHBY & MILLSPAUGH.
NEW SPRING STYLES!
And now ready for inspection at
All the Finest Qualities and Latont Patterns in stock. I have
the finest cutter in the city and guarantee satisfaction. Call
and see my goods and work.
121 North Eleventh street.
Special Sale of Kid
We put on sale one of the largest stocks of
uiiitc utiu outer Known tnaKcs at tne low price ot bUC. por pair.
Hosiery and Underwear.
50 Doen, Bro. Hal. and Pin Stripe, full regular hose 18c. worth 3c
35 " Black Lisle Hose, (Fast Color) 2i;c. 40
to " Blnck bilk Hose, " " 7. $135
S " Balbriggan Vests 35c. 50
18 " Jersey Knit Lisle Vests 48c. " 7c
S " " " Silk Vests, nil colors $150 " $225
OUR Trimming Department Is filled with latest novelties.
OUR Silk and Dress Goods Department has the newest and most hdect stock ever
found in Lincoln.
OUR Embioldery stock Is the Imijcst and cheapest in, the city. It will pay you
to call for BARGAINS.
Carpet Sale contiuued this week.
O. R. OAKLEY & CO.
Something for a Rainy Day.
100 Ladies Gossamers with Byers Ventilated Epaulets worth
$2.50 we will close the lot at $1.25.
I. FRIEND & SON
9 1 3 and 9 1 5 O Street.
Policies nml Annuities!
lu force, Jan. 1, 1KSS
Risks Terminated, -
By Endowmonts.Purchnsed In-
surnucus, Dividends. An-
unties nnd Death Claims 11,128,123 CO
Taxes, and all other Ex-
tienses .... ,1,(VtO,514 40
" Bnlnnco to now account - 110,001,718 08
By BondsSccurcd byMortgngcs
on Real Estate, - - 40,015,2(W 06
" U. S. nnd other Bonds, - 4:),klt,877 81
" Real lNtato and Ixatis on
Collaterals, - - - 20,150,173 07
" Cash In Banks and Trust
ComiMinles nt Interest - 2,010,303 00
" Interest accrued, Premium!
deferred nnd in transit
nnd Sundries, - - 2,073,100 08
Jullon T. Davlos,
S. Van Rensselnor Cruger,
Charles R. lleiidcrwjn,
Rufus W. Perkhnm,
J. Hobnrt Herrlck,
Win. P. Dixon,
Rolwrt A. Grnnnlss,
Nicholas C. Miller,
Henry II. Rogers,
J. W. AuchincloRS,
Preston B. Plumb,
Win. I). Washburn.
Gloves and Hosiery.
perfect Kid Gloves In Foiter Hook, Alex-
ttt T" 7-rl 7 y "" "w y nyrrF xyw
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